As Zack would point out on stage, it’s obvious that the Order weren’t afraid of our band or our music. They were afraid of our audience, that people might be listening. That’s why they tried to boycott Rage Against the Machine. And their boycott was an abject failure.
- Tom Morello, on the Fraternal Order of Police (via nerd—vana)
108nirvanicbliss:

Maha Lakshmi

108nirvanicbliss:

Maha Lakshmi

peonyandbee:


siennabea:Greens a growin.

peonyandbee:

siennabea:Greens a growin.

"Yes there is weakness, there is frailty…"

'i love myself.'
the
quietest.
simplest.
most
powerful.
revolution
ever.
- nayyirah waheed, “ism” (via cosmofilius)

fourteen-forty:

Girls skating in the seventies.

Including Laura Thornhill, (mostly), Kim Cespedes, Robin Logan, Ellen-Oneal,

Short shorts, long hair & fancy footwork.

thesmithian:


Cesar…did believe that when someone who works 12 hours a day in the fields can earn enough to put food on the table and maybe save up enough to buy a home, that that makes our communities stronger, that lifts up our entire economy. He believed that when a worker is treated fairly and humanely by their employer that adds meaning to the values this country was founded upon, and credence to the claim that out of many, we are one. And he believed that when a child anywhere in America can dream beyond her circumstances and work to realize that dream, it makes all our futures just a little bit brighter…It was that vision, that belief in the power of opportunity that drove Cesar every day of his life. …

—President Obama, at the Dedication of the Cesar Chavez National Monument, in Keene, CA.

thesmithian:

Cesar…did believe that when someone who works 12 hours a day in the fields can earn enough to put food on the table and maybe save up enough to buy a home, that that makes our communities stronger, that lifts up our entire economy. He believed that when a worker is treated fairly and humanely by their employer that adds meaning to the values this country was founded upon, and credence to the claim that out of many, we are one. And he believed that when a child anywhere in America can dream beyond her circumstances and work to realize that dream, it makes all our futures just a little bit brighter…It was that vision, that belief in the power of opportunity that drove Cesar every day of his life. …

—President Obama, at the Dedication of the Cesar Chavez National Monument, in Keene, CA.

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